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Carmen d. Rocco

Boston, MA 02124


Work area:

end-user and workgroup-centric software enabling a decentralized data topology. Emphasis on maintainability, resilience, elimination of technical debt, evolution pathways and standard compliance

Technical Focus

Languages: FP + scripting preference: sh, Haskell, Perl, Javascript, Ruby query: GraphQL, SPARQL, SQL

Data interchange: normalization for input to Machine Learning systems, parsers, regular expressions, domain-specific heuristics. HTML, JSON (JSON-LD), RDF (Turtle)

APIs: HTTP (RFC7231), DOM/JS, LDP (Linked Data Platform) aka Solid

OS: “UNIX-like” Android, Linux, OpenBSD, NetBSD

Professional Experience

Ongoing: Open Source Software Developer

platforms and frameworks for multi-protocol convergence facilitating agnostic interoperability with any RFC/spec-compliant client including legacy systems (terminal / console / text-mode apps)


2014 - 2019: Software Consultant/Engineer, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

2005 - 2009: Small business consulting, Side-By-Side LLC, Boston, MA

2000 – 2001: Software developer Gilder Gagnon Howe and Co, San Francisco, CA

1999 – 2002: Web developer and designer, San Francisco, CA

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1995 – 1998: Technology Coordinator, Learning Unlimited Schools, Columbus, OH

1996: Teaching Assistant, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

1992 - 1996: Graphic design work, Dublin/Columbus, OH

1993-1994: Technical support specialist, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and North American Trade Point, Columbus, OH